117 minutes | Jun 4, 2023
Ichi Yamada - The Secrets To Building Your Success Tribe
Brought to you by https://www.behaviour-university.com the world's first school for character in which you behaviour tools & technologies that will help to be your own therapist. Welcome to The Psychology Podcast with your host Daniel Karim! In this captivating episode, we delve into the world of conscious entrepreneurship and sustainable innovation. Our special guest today is Ichi, the dynamic CEO and co-founder of Tropical Nomad, who has an impressive entrepreneurial journey to share. Join us as we uncover Ichi's remarkable ventures as a co-founder of three thriving restaurants, a non-toxic natural bodycare brand, and a sustainable natural probiotic/prebiotic petcare product brand. With a burning passion for entrepreneurship and innovation, Ichi has made it his mission to connect with like-minded conscious entrepreneurs and professionals, fostering collaboration and building a sustainable startup community. Hailing from Tokyo, Ichi brings over a decade of invaluable experience in the tech industry to the table. Having worked with global tech companies, serving Fortune 500 companies, global banks, and government agencies as an infrastructure consultant and systems architect, Ichi has developed a unique set of skills that bridge the worlds of technology and hospitality. In this thought-provoking interview, we explore how Ichi's diverse background and expertise have contributed to the creation of a diverse and inclusive community focused on collaboration, innovation, and social impact. Discover the secrets behind Ichi's success as we uncover the strategies, mindset, and inspiration that have driven his entrepreneurial endeavors. If you're curious about conscious entrepreneurship, sustainable startups, and the powerful intersection of tech and hospitality, you won't want to miss this engaging conversation with Ichi. Tune in to gain insights, inspiration, and a fresh perspective on building a business that makes a positive difference. Subscribe to this channel and join us on this enlightening journey of discovery. Hit that notification bell so you never miss an episode, and get ready to expand your understanding of entrepreneurship, innovation, and the psychology behind it all.
165 minutes | May 2, 2023
James Holmes - How To Overcome The Bully In Your Brain
Brought to you by https://www.behaviour-university.com the world's first school for character in which you behaviour tools & technologies that will help to be your own therapist. In this episode, I am joined by James Holmes, a renowned thought leader on belief systems and human potential, and the co-founder of the Hampshire Hypnotherapy and Counselling Centre & Fareham Counselling Centre. With a passion for helping people improve their lives, James has dedicated the past 20 years to challenging how people think, resulting in improved health and happiness levels, along with better mental well-being and resilience. James is the author of the best-selling self-help book 'How to Overcome the Bully in Your Brain', which was awarded self-help book of the year in 2022. He has a particular interest in helping people overcome addictions, depression, anxiety, and their own self-limiting beliefs. With his transformative methods, James believes he can help anyone turn their life around in the shortest imaginable time. In this episode, James shares his insights on how to overcome the negative beliefs and thought patterns that hold us back and offers practical strategies for transforming our lives. Whether you are struggling with addiction, anxiety, or self-doubt, James's unique approach to counseling and hypnotherapy can help you overcome the bully in your brain and live the extraordinary life you deserve. // Follow Daniel Karim// Blog https://danielkarim.com/ University https://behaviour-university.com/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thedanielkarim Get your FREE Upgrades now: https://danielkarim.com/free-tools/ //Follow James Holmes// Website https://hantshypno.co.uk/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-luk... Book https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/k... Audio Book https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/How-to-O...
115 minutes | Mar 27, 2023
Stanford Professor Dr. Brian Lowery - The Psychology Of White Privledge
Brought to you by https://www.behaviour-university.com the world's first school for character in which you behaviour tools & technologies that will help to be your own therapist. In this episode of the Psychology Podcast, Daniel Karim sits down with Dr. Brian Lowery, a distinguished professor of organizational behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business. What sets this interview apart is that Daniel was specifically interested in talking to someone who thinks differently than him about the topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Throughout the episode, Dr. Lowery shares his insights on how organizations can work to create more equitable and inclusive workplaces, providing practical tips and strategies for individuals and organizations looking to address these issues. His experiences working with the Obama White House and other organizations also provide valuable context and perspective on this important topic. Daniel and Dr. Lowery engage in a thoughtful and critical discussion, exploring different perspectives and ideas related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Their conversation is a powerful example of how we can learn from those who have different perspectives and experiences than our own, and work together to create positive change. Whether you're a business leader, a student, or simply interested in learning more about diversity and inclusion, this episode offers valuable insights and practical advice for creating a more inclusive and equitable world. // Follow Daniel Karim// Blog https://danielkarim.com/ University https://behaviour-university.com/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thedanielkarim Get your FREE Upgrades now: https://danielkarim.com/free-tools/ // Follow Professor Dr. Brian Lowery // Stanford https://profiles.stanford.edu/brian-l... Podcast https://www.knowwhatyousee.com/
118 minutes | Nov 18, 2022
Dr. Paul Conti - How Trauma Works And How We Can Heal From It
Brought to you by https://www.behaviour-university.com the world's first school for character in which you behaviour tools & technologies that will help to be your own therapist. Paul Conti, MD is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his psychiatry training at Stanford and at Harvard, where he was appointed chief resident and then served on the medical faculty before moving to Portland and founding a clinic. Dr. Conti specializes in complex assessment and problem-solving, as well as both health and performance optimization, serving patients and clients throughout the United States and internationally, including the executive leadership of large corporations. His new book is Trauma: the Invisible Epidemic: How Trauma Works and How We Can Heal From It. // Follow Daniel Karim// Blog https://danielkarim.com/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thedanielkarim Get your FREE Upgrades now: https://danielkarim.com/free-tools/ // Follow Dr. Paul Conti // Website: https://www.drpaulconti.com Pacific Premier Group, PC: https://www.pacificpremiergroup.com Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic: How Trauma Works and How We Can Heal From It: https://amzn.to/3GVLHXw
47 minutes | May 31, 2022
Jordan Kales - The Psychology Of Persuasion
Jordan Kales, sales coach, author, and founder of the popular Instagram channel @saleswithkales sits down with Daniel Karim in order to discuss his journey of becoming, how he became a sales expert and what we can do in order to help more people better. // Follow Jordan Kales // https://www.saleswithkales.com/ // Follow Daniel Karim // https://danielkarim.com/
60 minutes | May 18, 2022
Christoph Rehage - Take The Longest Way
Christopher Rehage, author, movie maker, and creator of the viral film 'THE LONGEST WAY 1.0 - 350 Days of hiking through China sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about his journey of becoming, what he learned from traveling around the world and why we should always take the longest way.
58 minutes | Apr 9, 2022
Christos Nikas - The Instagram Professor
Christos Nikas Instagram expert, keynote speaker, and content strategist sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about his uncommon journey of becoming, what it takes to grow a following, how he learned to help more than 100.000 people on the internet, and what we can do in order increase our therapeutic footprint in the world.
47 minutes | Mar 11, 2022
Dr. Nadine Macaluso - Healing From Traumatic Love
Dr. Nadine Macaluso one of the world-leading therapists in the field of trauma bonds, author, and ex-wife to the infamous Jordan Belfort sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about her journey of becoming, what it was like for her to be portrayed in the box office hit 'The Wolf of Wallstreet' and how we can heal after we had a toxic relationship. // Follow Dr. Nadine Macaluso// Website https://www.nadinemacaluso.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drnaelmft/ // Follow Daniel Karim// Blog https://danielkarim.com/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thedanielkarim Get your FREE Upgrades now: https://danielkarim.com/free-tools/ // SPONSORS // Interested in sponsoring my podcast? Reach out to my advertising team here: firstname.lastname@example.org
53 minutes | Feb 26, 2022
The Dangers Of Hope | Dr. Guy Winch - The Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim S2 E3
Dr. Guy Winch one of the world's leading psychologists and most successful Ted speakers of all time sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about his journey of becoming one of the most influential therapists in the world, what it is like to help millions of people and what we can do once our heart is broken. // Follow Dr. Guy Winch// Blog guywinch.com Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/guywinch/ ´ // Follow Daniel Karim// Blog https://danielkarim.com/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thedanielkarim Get your FREE Upgrades now: https://danielkarim.com/free-tools/
49 minutes | Nov 4, 2021
The Power of Confidence | Nada Lena Nasserdeen - The Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim S2E2
Nada Lena Nasserdeen (best-selling author, 2x TEDx speaker, founder & CEO of Rise up for you) sits down with Daniel Krim in order to talk about her journey of becoming, the lessons she learned from touring around the world as a singer, and what kind of advice she would give to people who want to become confident. // Nada Lena Nasserdeen// Blog www.nadalena.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nadalena_rise/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nadalena/ // Follow Daniel Karim// Blog https://danielkarim.com/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thedanielkarim Get your FREE Upgrades now: https://danielkarim.com/free-tools/
62 minutes | Oct 9, 2021
How to become successful? | Tom Butler-Bowden - The Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim S2 E1
Tom Butler-Bowden (best-selling author, educational entrepreneur & success expert) sits down with Daniel Karim in order to talk about his journey of becoming, his relationship with the greatest thinkers of all time, what it's like to sell 500.000 books, and what kind of advice he would give to people who want to become world changers. // Follow Tom Butler-Bowden// butler-bowdon.com Twitter: Tom Butler-Bowden // Follow Daniel Karim// Blog https://danielkarim.com/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/thedanielkarim Get your FREE Upgrades now: https://danielkarim.com/free-tools/
54 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Kevin Carroll - The Psychology Of Play
“When I met Kevin, I saw a man who manages to preserve the wisdom of his inner child. This human ‘Katalyst’ is able to bring out of reality its magic and out of people its joy.” Paulo Coelho When I read the quote above on Kevin Carroll's website in 2020 I knew that I had to have the human 'Katalyst' on my show in order to ask him face to face what I can do in order to reconnect with the child within me once more. During the time where I reached out to Kevin, I was working 100+ hours a week and I realized more and more that my bad Elon Musk lifestyle impersonation wasn't making my life better - quite the contrary was the case. Instead of looking like a life champ, I started to look like a 70-year professor who couldn't speak or think about anything else that wasn't related to his work. Even though my bank account and my library grew by the day - I realized that I had accidentally killed the kid within me in order to make room for the man that I felt I needed to be. After losing a meaningful relationship with my workaholism, I woke up to the reality that too much of a "virtue" is actually a vice. I was priding myself on my extreme endurance, nobility of character, and diligence - but underneath all of it was an addiction. And addiction - no matter what the drug of choice is, is never a good thing - even if the drug is work. While studying the many Ted Talks that Kevin Carroll gave - I realized that his material could not only help me to revive and integrate my inner child again - but also all my readers who were in danger of making the same mistakes that I made. I'm honored to introduce you to Kevin Carroll - who in my mind, is the world-leading expert in the psychology of play.
44 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Dr. Dorothy Holinger - The Anatomy Of Grief
Grief is an emotional avalanche that we all know all too well... It's the invisible hand around our throat that suffocates the joy out of our lungs when our favorite person leaves us prematurely. It's the widening of our eyes that occurs when we receive that one phone call that informs us that our life as we know isn't there anymore. It's the numbness in our fingers after we lost something or someone that meant the world to us. But why precisely do we feel loss physically? I didn't know the answer to that question before I reached out to Dr. Dorothy P. Holinger - one of the world-leading experts in grief. Dr. Holinger knows a thing or two about the emotional and physical suffering that occurs when love is taken away from us... Dr. Holinger was an academic psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School for more than twenty years and in her private psychotherapy practice, she helped countless souls to cope with death and separation, and other life catastrophes. Dr. Holinger is a personal hero of mine and she is one of the individuals who inspired me to create a grief department at the university that I'm currently building - this interview is a must listen and I highly recommend that you check out Dr. Holinger's work afterward.
44 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Marcus Kowal - Healing Through Meaning
The 24th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Marcus Kowal, fighter, entrepreneur, activist, and author. Marcus is a decorated MMA fighter, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor, kickboxing black belt, and a second-degree Krav Maga black belt. He is also an author, accomplished business owner, entrepreneur, trainer, life coach, and activist. He’s the founder and owner of Systems Training Center, with four Los Angeles-area locations, and has expanded his reach online with the platforms YourKravMaga.com and the NEOU Fitness App. Now, most of his time is spent on the other side of the mat as an instructor and coach working with clientele from all walks of life including celebrities, fighters, at-risk individuals and victims of domestic violence.
62 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Claudia Soul - Love and Leadership
The 23rd episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Australian Behaviorist, Self-Help Author and Psychotherapist Claudia Soul. What is this episode about? What to do when a relationship falls apart How to move on after a meaningful relationship How to unlove someone What successful couples have in common How to escape the runner chaser dynamic How to stop messing up your own relationships
52 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Robert Taibbi - The Secret To Solving Relationship Problems
The 22nd episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features therapist, pioneer, and serial author Robert Taibbi. What is this episode about? - What he learned from 46 years of helping people to help themselves - How to repair a broken relationship - How to overcome a break-up - How to find out if your partner is the right one - Overcoming childhood trauma - How to escape the runner chaser dynamic - How to stop messing up your own relationships
84 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
Dr. Aziza Yaser - Mental Health In The Middle East
Why I Wanted To Learn From Dr. Aziza Yaser One of the most fun parts of my life is to go online and to connect with people who also want to help individuals to live more meaningful lives - this is precisely how I stumbled over the work of Dr. Aziza Yaser on Instagram. Yes, ladies and gents - Instagram can also be used productively. I was scrolling through mental health hashtags while I suddenly found a young but very talented mental health expert who just happened to come from a country I've never been to - Bahrain. After devouring most of her beautifully written poetic mental health posts I've reached out to her and asked her: What's it like to be a therapist in the middle east? That question was the beginning of a curative online friendship between two people who love to bring out the best in others. What is this episode about? - What it's like to be a psychotherapist in the middle east - Her journey from dentist to psychotherapist - What love not is - Relationship red flags - Overcoming trauma - Secrets to a happy and rich life
73 minutes | Oct 10, 2020
Simon Pelland - Love over Fear
The 20th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features relationship specialist Simon Pelland. What is this episode about? -How to recover from a break-up -Attachment styles within relationships -How to escape the Chaser - Runner dynamic -His secrets for having a fulfilled relationship -His most painful romantic failures -How to unlove someone -The commonalities of successful and unsuccessful couples
34 minutes | Oct 2, 2020
Jeff Kreisler - Princeton & Psychology
The 19th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Jeff Kreisler a former Princeton lawyer, best selling author, price winning comedian, and advocate for behavioral science
39 minutes | Aug 29, 2020
Siemon Scamell-Katz - Why do shoppers buy?
The 18th episode of The Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features the world-leading shopping psychology expert Siemon Scamell-Katz and author of the bestseller The Art of Shopping. Why Did I Want To Learn From Siemon Scamell-Katz? I reached out to Siemon Scamell-Katz shortly after I created my first product - Planniness, a journal that was designed to help people live more balanced and stressfree lives. My team and I put a great deal of effort into the invention of this behavior technology and we were excited to get feedback from customers so that we could create an even better journal out of it, so we uploaded it to amazon and waited... and waited... and waited. After one entire month, we had one sale, and that sale came from my mother( shout out to you mom for always believing in me x). That month taught me something - no matter how good the product, people need to learn that it exists. I knew that in order to help people to change their behavior at the scale I first need to understand how to reach them. Being the lazy bastard that I am, I reached out to one of the foremost authorities in the field of shopping psychology in order to understand why people buy stuff. Why learn everything yourself if you can just ask people who already have the answer to your problem right!?🤷🏻♂️ That expert was Siemon Scamell-Katz, the author of the bestseller - The Art of shopping. Siemon was one of the very first practitioners of shopper research, being the first in the world to conduct eye-tracking in-store, to research shopper behavior in Virtual Reality, and to conduct shopper marketing fMRI and eye-tracking studies. This man isn't an expert, he is a pioneer who invested decades of his life into observing us, filming us, and tracking our eye movements in order to predict when people buy. Whether you are a producer who sells stuff or a customer who buys stuff, the information that Siemon collected is pure gold and this Podcast is a must-listen. What Is This Episode About? -How to get people to buy stuff -Siemons journey of success -His pioneering work in consumer psychology -His early entrepreneurial pursuits -How to create a bestselling book -Why most marketing is a waste of money -Why Supermarkets make the life of customers miserable -The power of environment and placement